Leonard Rusinamhodzi possesses skills and experience in crop and systems modeling, advanced data analysis including meta-analysis, and Participatory Action Research in Integrated Soil Fertility Management. His main work involves design and advanced analyses to assess the effects of sustainable intensification on system productivity including labor, soil quality, water and nutrient use efficiency.
He has also been involved in assessing the effect of climate change on the productivity of current sustainable intensification options, as well as alternative management options. Rusinamhodzi has worked for CIMMYT since April 2015. Initially based in Nairobi, Kenya, in January 2019 he moved Kathmandu, Nepal, to join the Nepal Seed and Fertilizer Project.